Kelly Senior Center: Day Trip to Chicago's Navy Pier

July 1, 2014

Day Trip to Chicago's Navy Pier
Friday, July 11, 9:00-6:00
Fee: $20

Historic Navy Pier is Chicago's lakefront playground and showcases a unique collection of restaurants and shops, in addition to unequaled recreational and exhibition facilities. Navy Pier is the place where tourists from around the world enjoy the beauty and the thrills of a day on Lake Michigan. From rides to restaurants, exhibitions, entertainment, shopping, dining cruises and tour boats: Navy Pier has it all. Admission to Navy Pier is free but most attractions have a cost.

A coach bus will depart from
Kelly Senior Center - 6100 S Lake Dr, Cudahy

Fee covers transportation only. Lunch and attractions are at your own expense.

Advance registration is required by Monday, July 7. Please contact the center at (414) 481-9611.

Kelly Senior Center is managed by Interfaith Older Adult Programs and funded by Milwaukee County Department on Aging. Participation at the center is free at open to anyone age 50+.

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